Today the federal and provincial governments announced $7 million for crop-related research through the Saskatchewan Agriculture Development Fund (ADF). The funding extends to 40 research projects.
Lloydminster today celebrated the grand opening of the Prairie North Health Centre (PNHC) primary health care site located in Prairie North Plaza in the downtown heart of the border city.
eHealth Saskatchewan (eHealth) has partnered with Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) and Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) to make it easier for parents to apply for federal and provincial benefits for their newborn children.
In December 2015, Saskatchewan’s unemployment rate was 5.5 per cent (seasonally adjusted), the lowest rate among provinces and well below the national average of 7.1 per cent.
From photos on the cover of the National Post to video footage aired on TV in Canada, the United States and Switzerland, the 2016 Saskatchewanderer has an impressive resume. But Neil Fisher couldn’t be prouder to add “Saskatchewanderer” to his resume.
A Habitat for Humanity (Habitat) partner family in Duck Lake will soon have a place to call home.
In spite of challenges on the resource front, Saskatchewan’s economy remained strong in 2015 compared to other provinces.
The provincial government is recognizing the many and varied contributions of citizens of Ukrainian descent by designating 2016 as the Year of Saskatchewan Ukrainians.
Visitation to provincial parks set a new record in 2015 with nearly 3.9 million visits, while the Government of Saskatchewan fulfilled its commitment of investing an additional $10 million over four years into the provincial park system. Preparations are underway for another busy year in 2016.
Starting New Year’s Day, amendments to essential service legislation (Part VII of The Saskatchewan Employment Act) will take effect.